By segregating the children with terms like boys and girls, those students are learning that they are supposed to live up to that term the school calls them. By letting the school decide this for the children, it hinders and will likely create deep emotional problems in many of the children that otherwise would have been able to determine their own gender identity on their own. Schools should just be referring to the students as children, and not "Boys" and "Girls" which likely is the cause of many emotional problems as these children grow up.
We were were all born either a boy or girl, why is it a big deal to be called what you are. When ya'll were young you all had parents calling you: my little boy/girl. What else are you going to call the two opposite genders? North pole and south poles? I don't think so.
Ban the words "boys" and "girls"? I'm all for supporting whatever gender you believe you are, but banning two words that identify one's sex is just plain ridiculous. It in no way affects others negatively. The only way it would is if someone was bullying another, calling them a "boy" or "girl" when they are not. But that's bullying that should be banned. Not words.
By banning these words you are not allowing people to claim they are a "girl" or "boy". What in the world am I supposed to call my friends who claim to be "boy" or "girl"? This is absolutely ridiculous & I am laughing out loud at this question. I do not understand this one bit.
I do not see any reasons why. There are no negative effects that are totally exclusive to the opposing side. It is beneficial NOT to ban it for the sole reason that the school has its own rules and regulations to follow, which makes the use of such words not harmful to its students. It would not undermine the sole purpose of the school since it is a place of learning, after all, and using such words MIGHT even be helpful to its pupils/students.
Oh, that boy in denim shorts was so sexy. He reminds me of masturbation. I always want to masturbate because of cute boys and girls in denim shorts, such as the ziegler girls or jenna manard, neertheless, it;s politically incorrect to do that t t t t t t t
Whilst there are children in the school system who are transgender and worry about being misgendered, they are the minority in a schools. Most people don't suffer from gender dysphoria and do identify with the gender that they were born with, so they wouldn't mind being called boys or girls. What there should be is open communication between students who are transgender and teachers, and they shouldn't be afraid to correct teachers if they are misgendered at school.
There are two genders, male and female, and they are determined by physical traits at birth. They are not determined by how you feel. To suggest that the terms "boys" and "girls" are offensive is completely ludicrous. As people, we need to learn and understand that there are boys and there are girls, nothing more and nothing less. We also need to understand that we are one of those two as individuals and that that was decided at birth and can't be changed. To insinuate that the names of the two genders are the cause of emotional struggles is ridiculous. If we refuse to accept the fact that there are differences between boys and girls, we are going to cause real emotional struggles later on for them and it will contribute to the degrading of our society.
If a child is not called a boy or girl then they are going to get confused and not be able about what they want to be naturally. If fine with a child wanted to not be called a boy or a girl as long as they figure out it by their own terms.
"Boy" and "girl" are simple common pieces of English vocabulary. It is not at all offensive and it teaches them what they are and aren't. It's not offensive to point out that X is boy and Y is girl. There is an evident difference between boys and girls and as long it's not discriminatory I don't see why it's bad to point that difference out.
What is the point of banning the two words that distinguish the gender of children. I think it is senseless too, and will not be the cause of "emotional problems or racial discrimination." Unless of course your a feminist, and you believe in the 52 different types of genders.(haha) Overall I think prohibiting the use of the word "boys" and "girls" from schools is very erroneous.